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Old 01-24-2010, 03:34 PM
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My one and only Colt, a 6" Diamondback:
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Old 01-24-2010, 06:09 PM
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au2183, that is a very nice Diamondback.
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I want that Diamondback,,,

Oh man but that is one pretty fieryarm,,,
I would love to be the owner of one just like that.

A couple of years ago I had the opportunity to buy a 4" diamondback in .22 lr,,,
I have regretted not purchasing that pistol on many occasion.

Thanks for posting your handguns people,,,
I'm no firearm expert and some of these are the first time I've ever seen one of a particular model.

Keep em coming,,,

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Old 01-26-2010, 05:49 PM
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Oh man but that is one pretty fieryarm,,,
I would love to be the owner of one just like that.

A couple of years ago I had the opportunity to buy a 4" diamondback in .22 lr,,,
I have regretted not purchasing that pistol on many occasion.

Thanks for posting your handguns people,,,
I'm no firearm expert and some of these are the first time I've ever seen one of a particular model.

Keep em coming,,,

Aarond
And it could be yours! I have been thinking of selling to pay for other things. PM me if you're serious.
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I inherited this from my father-in-law. She's pre-WWII, by the serial number I'd say early 1941 and is in 95% condition with 2 factory mags and a non factory issue. Shoots real nice too.

The other is a S&W .22 revolver I received from him also.

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Parshooter, you have been found guilty of not shooting your fine Woodsman enough.
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Old 02-14-2010, 01:08 PM
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This is my New Frontier made mid 1972. My Grandpa gave it to me about 2 years ago. I love shooting it and some day I will hand it down to one of my kids.


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Very nice example for it's age.
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Very nice example for it's age.
Thank you. When my grandpa gave it to me he said this kind of gun was made to be shot not to be looked at. He took great care of it I plan to do the same.
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I just got my new Idaho Leather holster the other day. Very nice fit and finish work. Ben is a great guy to work with too.
This may sound like a shameless plug, but I'm just so happy with his product, I can't help it. PM me for his email if you need.

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